THE MOST IMPORTANT TOOL IN YOUR KITCHEN
If You Care Parchment Baking Paper is perfect for roasting vegetables in a sheet pan or other bakeware. Cut to any shape to fit pies, pizza, bread, cookies, fish, poultry, or whatever you put in the oven. No oil or grease necessary. It's a no mess solution. Just toss it in the compost when you're done. No dishes. And depending on what you cook, you can use it again!
- Totally Chlorine Free (TCF)
- NO chlorine or chlorine derivatives are dumped into lakes, rivers or streams.
- FSC-Certified Paper from well-managed forests
- 100% USDA Certified Biobased Product
- 100% home and municipal compostable
- No greasing needed
- Silicone coated — non-toxic, derived from silicon found in sand/quartz/rock
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
70 square feet; 65 ft x 13 inches
Microwave safe; oven safe to 428 F/220 C
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Other parchment paper that was produced using chlorine and wood from uncertified forests shipped.
Aluminum foil. Butter, oil, or other greasing agent used for non-stick cooking.
FSC-certified paper from well-managed forests.
Made in Finland
100% recycled paper board processed chlorine free (PCF).
Printed using vegetable based inks and dyes as a substitute for petroleum based inks. This reduces the amount of VOCs released into the air during printing.
FSC Certified Paper; OK Compost Home; OK Compost Commercial; Seedling Compostable;
100% USDA Certified Biobased Product
ABOUT THE COMPANY
If You Care brand was created in 1990 and started with unbleached coffee filters. If You Care had the first and only unbleached coffee filters in North America at that time. Parchment Baking Paper and Baking Cups soon followed, both unbleached as well. There was no other brand in the North American market offering brown chlorine-free paper products.
If You Care products are produced with a view to reducing the amount of waste in our waste streams. If possible, nothing should remain after the product has been used and properly disposed of. The packaging is made from unbleached recycled cardboard or paper which should be recycled again.
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